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and innovation so that america can better compete with the world. the government shouldn't pile on more taxation and litigation that killed jobs and hurt the middle class. it was thomas jefferson who call would for a wise and frugal government which should leave men free to go to their pursuits of industry and not take from the mouth of labor the bread they have earned. he was right. today the federal government is simply doing too much. massive federal spending would create jobs and hold unemployment below 8 percent. in the past year three million people lost their jobs and the democratic congress continued spend increasing the national debt on our children and grandchildren. it is on pace to double in five years and trip nel 10. the federal debt is over 100,000 per household it is simply unsustainable. the president's partial freeze on discreationary spending is laudable step but a small one. the is shes was our time demand that we reconsider and restore the proper role of government in every level. government in every level. [applause] withoutriform - without reform the expressive government
off and begin the work of remaking america. >> pilot sully sullenberger performs a miracle on the hudson. and weeks later a commuter jet crashes near new york killing 50. president obama signs his stimulus package. >> the beginning of what we need to do to create jobs for americans scrambling in the wake of layoffs. >> political divide, widens. >> it is all one big down payment on a new american socialist experiment. >> after taxpayers spend billons bailing out big firms, including aig, that company triggers controversy by paying bonuses to executives. iowa, vermont and new hampshire legalize same sex marriage. but voters in maine and lawmakers in new york, reject it. >> pirates off the coast of somalia take a sea captain hostage. sharpshooters kill three of the pirates, restitution captain phillips. h1n1 kills thousands. as vaccine distribution lags. north korea test fires missiles and nuclear device earning tougher un sanctions. president obama goes to cairo, to ask muslims around the world and americans, to find common ground. >> so long as our relationship is defined by
. >> (music playing). (music playing) >>> give them hell thursday night. good bless you. got bless america. >>> this is it. i mean, this is really it. this is the final curtain call. >>> my fellow democrats, mifellow americans. it is so wonderful to be here. >>> good night. >>> a -- becomes a youtube sensation. , changed his life. >>> in this sports, you need to have a well-rounded game. >> the the sport gaining popularity around the country and worldwide. we take a closer look at what it takes to be a competitor. >>> the girdle for men. find out if the undershirt that promises to make men look thinner is a deal or a dud. i'll never doubt you again. >>> wel l, the good news about today, we saw the sunshine. the bad news was, it was extremely cold and windy. stay being at a temperature of 20 degrees under partly-cloudy skies. those winds have been strong throughout the day and will continue to be blustery out of the west northwest at 18 miles an hour. they were gusting up to almost 50 miles an hour for today. here are the winds across the state of maryland. 18 miles an hour in bal
ago, this building housed one of the most difficult scenes in america but now it is a celebration along with the city of new orleans, their fans and the saints have finally gone from football purgatory to football heaven. the new orleans saints are in the super bowl for the first time in the history of this franchise. back here at sideline. curt menefee. i want to begin with louisiana native. we can hear really in the voice of a guy that really -- sean payton, you could hear in his voice he was speechless because it means so much besides football to this city. >> terry: you know how all of these players have taken to it upon themselves since katrina, the burden, not only of the city, but the gulf coast. we know how much this means to them to bring this city a championship and we saw today that burden finally lifted and the elation coming out. it's not only for the city of new orleans, it's for the state of louisiana. all saints fans, the gulf coast and everyone going back all the way to 1967. remember when john gilliam took the opening kickoff back 94 yards. but they have earned i
, america, to send prisoners of war that we hold now back to yemen. >>reporter: the white house says once the facility closes, some yemeny detainees will go there. they are working with their government to insure safety for all americans. >> there are about 90 detainees there. >>> a developing story out of new jersey. flights at the international airport have been grounded and several passengers are being rescreened as we speak. these are still photos taken of the scene inside the airport a few hours ago. this was stemmed by a man who walked through a screening checkpoint exit and in to a terminal. he was spotted on airport surveillance camera. all the passengers were asked to go back out and go through security screenings again. >>> concerns tonight for florida oranges. how long i use $2,000 holiday cash to get $5,500 total cash back on select 09 silverado vehicles in stock. >>> good evening, folks. it's call coming to an end, as far as the holiday times and we're back to reality. one of the reality checks is the temperatures. it is just really cold out there and the winds aren
and every one of us in the united states of america. but the future of the measure, is now in the hands of a select few. and what they are doing, is anybody's guess. >> let me say that simply as i can. transparency and the rule of law, will be the touch tones of this presidency. >> day one of the barack obama presidency. a new administration promising a new way of doing business in washington d.c. months later, the debate over health care reform began. >> with this vote we're injecting a system where one class of people can afford to stay healthy. >> it started in the open as promised. bills posted online, gave americans the chance to read, and to react to all the legislation that would directly affect them. but all of that access, led to this. >> this is america. >> it is a power play. >> thousands of americans on both sides of the issue, putting pressure on their lawmakers. >> you have millions of people dying. >> from that point, lawmakers increasingly made changes to the bills, in private. and delayed making them public. >> there has been very little transparency, and if there is, i
are the role model for the whole country on why we're going to start bringing jobs back to the u.s. of america. >> but they say the new motors will be better for the economy. and go a long way to reducing our dependence on oil. >> it is the direction that we should be going. >> melinda roeder, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> and gm will also build a new facility at the whitemarsh plant. major announcement from the world's number one auto maker tonight. toyota is stopping all sales and production of eight vehicle models. now toyota first issued a recall last week, you might remember. it affects more than 2.3 million cars. the problem is the accelerator pedal can stick. dealers have been ordered to stop selling the rav-4, matrix, core row la, avalon, camry, highlander, tundra and sequoia, all stopped until further notice. for more information go to our website foxbaltimore.com/news links. >> a new poll out there, by the wall street journal indicates president obama better do a good job in the state of the union address tomorrow night. 28 percent of americans say the federal government works well. 70 pe
babies and toddlers coming to america tonight. fox news. >>> learn about how you can help by logging on to our website at foxbaltimore.com. click on the haiti disaster link in the top left corner. >>> johns hopkins children's center sent out a big thank if you for the call for crutches being donated to haiti. they are changing the drop-off point. staff are asking people to donate crutches. it's all they can take aboard. >>> the governor is asking the pentagon for help to deliver university of maryland medical center equipment to earthquake victims in haiti. the medical center anticipates a 3 to 6-month deployment of resources to st. francis hospital in port-au-prince. the equipment would be used to establish and run two operating rooms and for 20 medical center personnel. >>> well, it was a beautiful sunny day today. just a few clouds. we're hearing rain is on the way. jessica starr joins us now with -- will our weekend be rainy? >> we had a good day today. unfortunately, yeah, there's going to be rain that is going to move in late in the the day on sunday for tomorrow. half
of america and they can escape their history and build a better future if we do our part. >>reporter: many are living day to day. some are using masks to deal with the smell of death. others are wiping something scented across their upper lip. >> the department of homeland security added the country to a list of nations temporary protective status. illegal immigrants can get work visas, jobs, driver's licenses and enjoy other federal assistance. it is an 18-month-long program that can be renewed after that term. >>> the u.s. state department has a help line for americans looking for information about loved ones in haiti. here is that number. >>> the u.s. is on its way to haiti tonight. the navy hospital ship pulled out of baltimore this morning. it is stocked, staffed and prepared to treat some of haiti's most critically-injured patients. it's a few minutes before sunrise and the crew of the comfort is raising towards departure. >> the goal is to get the ship underway. >>reporter: the crew began 72 hours ago, readying this ship for its biggest mission ever, caring for the victims of
the leadership post. >> he is clearly out of touch with where america and his district is but african-americans are. >> he compared those (inaudible) >> throughout the country, that democrats can get away with saying those things, and the republicans could never, never get away with something like that. >> naacp and black caucus defending reid and his record on civil rights. >> those that want to capitalize off of those remarks, be forewarned. you will not find open arms. from the black community. >> president obama accepted reid's apology, and 2 appear at a policy event in nevada had next month. in washington, craig boswell fox 45 news. >> and that brings us to the question of the day. should senator harry reid resign? so far 46 percent say yes. and 54 percent say no. and nat from reisterstown writes. he apologizeed and it was accepted. if every politician resign for a dumb comment there would not be anyone left in office. go to foxbaltimore.com and let us know what you think. you can sound off through facebook. send us a tweet @foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45203. and enter fox
of hopefuls. testing out the singing chops in front of america. >> bean town's best opens things up for american idol season nine with victoria beckham sitting in for paula abdul. thousands of enthusiastic and talented contestants stood in the rain to take their shot at the big time. >> if it rains on a wedding day, it might be nice. maybe it will bring us luck. >> ♪ >> but like a train wreck, what draws people to the audition shows are those less gifted singers. and what would idol be without simon's caustic commentary. >> are you going to say no? >> definitely. >> unfortunately we will all find out after this season, when simon leaves the show. >> i think, in a way it is a good thing for the show. because i think it shapes it up. be speculation as to who will replace me. and all shows need that. you cannot have the same people all the time. or it is boring. >> all right. look who i have with me right now. last year's winner. chris allen. wonderful singer, just coming out with a self titled album. chris how are you doing tonight? >> doing great. how are you? >> doing well. what d
center. the center is one of 100 sites in north america and europe testing a cutting edge treatment for diabetes. it is a drug known as otaluzmap. handful of patients taking part in the trial and it is a major break-thru. a doctor piloting the study here in maryland. >> we call the first months after diagnosis the honeymoon period. because the patients have to use so little insulin to keep blood sugar in control. >> and to extend the honeymoon period. patients need to preserve their own insulin. doctors say that is just what this drug will do. if it started early on. at 22, richard taylor is one of the youngest patients in the trial. newly diagnosed. just before thanksgiving. he is a prime candidate for this study. >> uncomfortable. arm gets numb after a couple of hours. >> for the recent college graduate treatment is intense. but well worth it. for eight consecutive days the drug is pumped into the arm through an iv. each of infusion takes half an hour. >> get used to it after eight days. >> richard finished the last round of treatment earlier in the week. if it works he will have
impossible to regulate every phone call in america. >> press one for yes. >> jeff abell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> the feens. so annoying. if they sell is the information, did i get a cut of television. it is me. telemarketers can be fined $16,000 if they don't get your permission before they call. >> you can send this story to a friend. go to foxbaltimore.com/cover story, and click on the share button below the video. >> new research suggests that women should layoff the perfume when looking for mr. right. find out the scent that excites males the first. >> first the ipod then i-phone. find out about apple's latest creation. >> we have see it's definitely expensive having a growing family, and it's something that you think about. we try to be conscious of that and plan out our meals so that we can feed everyone on a budget. ♪ at giant, we know saving money is important. every time you shop with your card, you can enjoy thousands of real deal savings and weekly specials -- like perdue boneless chicken breasts, half price, and bounty big roll 8-pack only $10. this week only. it makes me fe
't even get it dude. i am like what? come on. america, what? >> ♪ >> candace dold, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> should i stop? >> all right. so you can watch next tuesday for the season premiere of american idol. the two hour program begins at 8:00 p.m. sharp, right here, of course, only on fox 45. >> google's new cell phone gets mixed reactions tonight. >> judy kurtz reveals what tech experts are saying about the nexus one in tonight's "word on the web". judy? >> we have seen headlines ranging from nexus one a snooze to sleek and fast. it seems when it comes to google's first official jump into the phone business, everyone has an opinion. and google unveiled the highly anticipated cell phone during an invite only event at the california headquarters. the 4.6-ounce phone has a touch screen and 5 mega pixel camera for photos. and it costs $530 without a cell phone service contract. but unlike most other phones, nexus one is unlocked. that means you can use any cell phone carrier. reaction to the phone has been good and bad. only a handful of reviewers have gotten their hands on the 96 sis
trial. in 2008, the recording industry of america, said it would stop doing people that downloaded illegally and focus on getting internet service providers to take action. be the first to know about severe weather and traffic with mobile news. get text aalerts and streaming video on your phone. sign up on foxbaltimore.com or text wbff to 45203. i am judy kurtz, and that's tonight's "word on the web". >> what's up? is it the glasses? >> 3-d movies, enjoyable for some. painful for others. find out what doctors say makes the difference. >> and loose lips sink ships. and get >> i am keith daniels, in tonight's top story. a woman is raped inside of her own apartment tonight. the search for the suspect. police say the attack happened sunday morning. just after 7:00. in the 2400 block of callow avenue. a woman in her 30s, was sleeping in her ground floor apartment. when an intruder came through and unlocked basement window. once inside, police say the man covered the woman's mouth, tied her up. and sexually assaulted her. police are investigating the possibility that a man, seen in this
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